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    1. Stay Social When You Have UC

      Everyone needs people they can count on. That’s especially true when you have a long-term condition such as ulcerative colitis (UC). Your “squad” of friends, family, and loved ones can make your day. Still, it can be a big challenge to hang out with friends, date, or be intimate when you have diarrh

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    2. Expert Answers to Questions About Crohn’s Disease

      If you have questions about Crohn's disease, WebMD has answers. We reached out to experts to find out the most common -- and most pressing -- questions that patients ask their doctors. Once you find out you have the disease, your doctor will give you medicine to help you control it. Doctors work to

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    3. Stay Connected When You Have Crohn’s

      You don’t have to deal with the pain, fatigue, or diarrhea of Crohn’s disease on your own. Support from family, friends, or other people with Crohn’s can help you live a full life. “Social support is key. I would not be here today without the support of my wife,” says Ryan Stevens, 42, who lives in

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    4. Work With Your Doctor to Manage Ulcerative Colitis

      One of the keys to handling your ulcerative colitis (UC) is a strong partnership with your medical team. It’s a long-lasting, complicated disease. Your symptoms will flare up, then wane. You’ll want to keep your doctor in the loop to help you manage it. Good communication helps a lot. So be open abo

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    5. 6 Tips for Living With an Ileostomy

      When you get an ileostomy, it’s a big adjustment. The first few weeks are the hardest, as you get used to emptying the pouch where waste now leaves your body. “But you’ll soon be able to enjoy your life as if you didn’t have an ileostomy,” says Jennifer Holder-Murray, MD, a colorectal surgeon and as

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    6. Expert Answers to Questions About Ulcerative Colitis

      When you find out that you have ulcerative colitis (UC), that explains why you have symptoms like diarrhea and abdominal cramps. But you probably still have questions, like about food, stress, and how likely your kids are to get UC.   Sushila Dalal, MD, an assistant professor of medicine at the Univ

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    7. Tips for Everyday Challenges of Crohn's Disease

      Crohn's disease can get in the way of everyday activities, but you can overcome most of the challenges. Use these tactics to smooth out issues at home, at work, and in your relationships. Educate your family. Tell your family and friends what it's like to live with Crohn's. They may be confused abou

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    8. Tips to Ease Your Fear of Pooping in Public Places

      Maybe you dread the idea of having to poop in a public restroom. Or maybe you instead worry you'll have an accident while you're out on the town. Lots of people have these fears. Take some simple steps to help settle your nerves and your bowels. Tackle “toilet anxiety.” Imagine what would happen if

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    9. 9 IBS Myths Busted

      There’s still a lot of confusion about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), including what it is and how best to treat it. So it’s easy for misconceptions about the condition to sound like facts. If you or your loved one has IBS, here’s what you should know about nine of the most common myths out there.

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    10. The Truth About Gas

      Though the words “burp” and “fart” make most kids giggle, adults usually get shy when they get gassy and pretend that it never happened. But sometimes, it’s hard to ignore.  Many people don’t know much about intestinal gas, even though we all have it. It’s time to take the air out of some of the myt

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